Adopting a holistic approach to wellness is essential for the equilibrium of the seven chakras, nourishing both the body and the spirit is vital, if you are to enjoy good health. That said, each chakra responds differently to specific food types.
For example, the root chakra is nourished by protein rich spicy food, the sacral chakra needs sweetness such as fruit, nuts, vanilla, cinnamon and seeds, the stomach and solar plexus chakras responsible for our self-esteem and self-confidence are best served by cereals, bread and dairy, whereas leafy greens make the heart chakra stronger.
You’ll be pleased to hear that the third eye chakra thrives on fruit juices and grapes - including wine - and finally the crown chakra the most spiritual of the seven, responds to herbs, fasting and detoxification.
Similarly, during guided meditation sessions, as provided by Christine Heckelusing therapy singing bowls to rebalance the body, each chakra reacts differently to the particular sounds and tones of the bowls. Each chakra has their own associated frequency vibration and when a particular tone or vibration is felt the corresponding chakra will be stimulated.
Stimulation of the chakras can dramatically improve overall health and increase feelings of wellbeing by increasing awareness and responsiveness to everyday surroundings and inner calm.
Christine Heckel, Spain’s only professional sound relaxation coach authorised to teach Peter Hess Sound Massage, offers guided meditations designed to stimulate the chakras using the singing bowls’ unique vibrations. She is also a supplier of authentic Peter Hess chakra singing bowls.
Visit www.christine-heckel.com for information about sound massage therapy and dates for the next workshops, courses and private sessions.